‘East Marries West’ | SBS Your LanguageMeet the Globally renowned Sitar player Pandit Shubhendra Rao and Pioneer of the Indian Cello Saskia Rao-de-Haas. They are here for the 'Confluence - A festival of India in Australia' festival. The Globally renowned Indian Classical Musicians talk about all things music with us and also share with us how they became a couple.
Confluence Festival Of India In Australia | SBS Your LanguageConluence of India in Australia festival is the most significant showcase of Indian arts and culture ever to be staged in Australia, taking place in seven cities across the country between August and November 2016. The festival includes world-class dance, theatre and music as well as conferences and workshops on Indian innovation, politics and sport. Events are scheduled in Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. One of the festivals key components is fostering bilateral ties, with joint performances and collaborations between Indian and Australian artists and thinkers.For further information go to: confluencefoi.com
Confluence Festival of India in Australia to build cultural understanding, bilateral tiesAustralia's first Confluence Festival of India is offering a new take on India to foster collaboration and build cultural understanding.Confluence Festival of India in Australia to build cultural understanding, bilateral ties - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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Australia announces $250,000 grant for Confluence Festival of India – The Economic TimesThe 10-week-long festival will be held across seven cities - Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Canberra, Alice Springs, Adelaide and Brisbane.
India keen to deepen cultural ties with Australia: Suri | Business StandardIndia is keen on deepening its cultural relationswith Australia whichwould create "greater understanding" between the two countries, the Indian High Commissioner here has said.
Australia announces $1,87,215 grant for Confluence Festival of India | world-news | Hindustan TimesAiming to deepen its cultural ties with India, Australia has announced a grant of 250,000 Australian dollars ($1,87,215 or Rs 1,25,91,144) for supporting the Confluence Festival of India, the first of its kind and the biggest such event ever to be held in the country.
Confluence: A sangam of arts and cultureThe Festival of India announced by PM Narendra Modi in 2014, takes shape. PREETI JABBAL and PAWAN LUTHRA report
Confluence: Festival of India in Australia Website LaunchConfluence the Festival of India in Australia today launches a new website which will engage audiences nationwide and host highlights and detailed information on this celebration of Indian art and culture. Announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Australia in November 2014, the festival takes place over ten weeks through August
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Australia’s biggest ever India festival launched at Sydney’s Maritime museum | Public TelegraphConfluence Festival - Australia's biggest ever India festival was launched today at Sydney's Maritime museum. Confluence Festival of India in Australia is the most significant showcase of Indian arts and culture ever to be staged in Australia, taking place in seven cities across the country between August and November 2016. Confluence Festival of India in Australia is produced in partnership with the Indian Government Ministry of Culture, the High Commission of India in Australia and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and is supported by the Australian Government Department of Communication and the Arts. The festival program includes world-class dance, theatre and music as well as conferences and workshops on Indian innovation, politics and sport. Events are scheduled in Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. One of the festival's key components is fostering bilateral ties, with joint performances and collaborations between Indian.
Australia and India: Celebrating shared connections – Explore + Experience – Australia PlusAustralia and India have ties dating back to the 18th century and continue to share both commercial and cultural connections. To celebrate the friendship the Indian government is hosting 'Confluence - Festival of India in Australia', the biggest ever Indian cultural festival in Australia from August to November 2016. Here are eight things you should know about the Australia-India relationship.
Australia’s Biggest Ever India Festival Launches at Sydney’s Maritime Museum | IndusageConfluence Festival of India in Australia is the most significant showcase of Indian arts and culture ever to be staged in Australia, taking place in seven cities across the country between August and November 2016. The festival's national media launch is on Tuesday, July 26, at the Maritime Museum in Sydney. All media are invited